Below you will find some links to maps of Celenza Valfortore and the surrounding areas.
For driving in Italy, we suggest taking both the Hammond International and Michelin maps because they have different features. For example, one may have more exit and route numbers, while the other may have more small towns. If you drive to Celenza, be aware that the road to the town is narrow, winding and unlit. It can be treacherous in the dark. When you enter the city, park in one of the wide piazzas and walk everywhere on foot. The streets are very narrow, and you risk scratching your car or breaking off the side mirrors. Our side mirrors snapped back when we tried to drive a Mercedes station wagon through the narrow archways.